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I've already commented to say that it should suffice to say how you've defined the value, and if anyone disagrees with it they have a starting point on which base that claim. However, I also have a potential academic source where 25 years has been used in the past. Sir John Glubb, in 'The Fate of Empires and Search for Survival', explored the rise and fall ...


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From William's coronation in 1066 until the Act of Union in 1707, and excluding disputed claimants (Matilda, Louis, Jane), repeat reigns (Henry VI Edward IV), and co-monarchs (Philip simultaneous to Mary) but including the Lords Protector, there were 32 Monarchs of England in a span of 641 years, wielding an average of a trifle over 20 years per reign. Yes ...


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